Outdoor Adventure Camps for Student Groups

Outdoor Adventure CampsOutdoor Adventure Camps have been in operation for many years, offering camps for students, cadets, and community groups. OAC is a family-owned business focusing on outdoor educational programs for primary schools, high schools, and young adults.

They create camp activities for students from Years 3 – 12, with an emphasis on nature adventures. They offer sequential programming for school camps, delivering three core levels of outdoor activities for junior school, middle school, and senior school students. They are also able to organise entire programs for high school year camps; with a focus on relevant subjects and leadership camps.

School Camps and Team Building Retreats

Outdoor Adventure Camps are able to offer activities such as: abseiling, canoeing, rock climbing, orienteering, obstacle courses, raft building and racing, ziplining, archery, and team building games. Other activities allow students to learn about bivouacking and campfire cooking to develop initiative, self-reliance, and life skills.

The camp provider specialises in camps of 2 – 5 days duration; managing the full camp program and catering requirements for your group. Their accommodations allows up to 10 students to stay per cabin. You can also opt for their bivouac and travel programs which accommodate students in dome tents. Teachers are allocated separate accommodation.

Group catering is also available, with all meals prepared on site. With sample menus on request, allowing you to get a taste of what will be offered during your camp schedule.

Outdoor Adventure Camp guides and instructors are qualified in outdoor recreation and have clearances to work with children. They also hold certificates and accreditation in the various activities offered.

Camp Venue at Outdoor Adventure Camps

The programs offered by Outdoor Adventure Camps are conducted in a bushland location, giving students the opportunity to experience Australia’s natural environment. The camp is located within the Hawkesbury Valley, approximately an hour and fifteen minutes from Sydney CBD.